Stonechat and rabbit on Texel island


This video is by Nico Jaarsma from the Netherlands; about sand dunes forming in 2011-2013, on the Hors, the extreme south of Texel island.

Meanwhile, our story about Texel continues; a bit more to the north from the Hors. 24 October 2013. After the redwings on the field, west to the Hoornderslag dunes.

This video shows the road from the coast to the east, but we went the other way first.

In the Grote Vlak lake, shoveler ducks. This is a well-known spot for waterbirds.

Stonechat female, Texel, 24 October 2013

As we went back from the coast, a parasol fungus on a dune. Above it, a wire; with a female stonechat on it. Stonechat hovering photo: here.

Rabbit, Texel, 24 October 2013

Not far away, a rabbit. It looked like a wild rabbit-domestic rabbit hybrid.

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